|SPA Codie Awards 1998|
On location coverage of the annual CODIE awards presented by the Software Publishers Association. Twenty-three awards were given to the best new software programs in a variety of categories. Winner of the lifetime achievement award was Dan Bricklin, developer of VisiCalc, the first spreadsheet. Originally broadcast in 1998.
Keywords: codie; awards; SPA
|Codies Special 1995|
A look at the best new software programs of the year, those which won Codie Awards from the Software Publishers Association. Featured titles include Edmark's Thinking Things, Hollywood from Theatrix, Dark Forces from Lucas Arts, and Rick Smolan's Passage to Vietnam from Against All Odds. Also includes coverage of the Codies Awards event in Los Angeles with presenters Robert Wuhl and Todd Rundgren. The Lifetime Achievement Award is given to Netscape founder Jim Clark...
Keywords: codie; software awards; netscape
On location coverage of the annual CODIE awards presented by the Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA). Thirty-eight awards were given out for the best new software programs of the year. Guest presenters included actor Robert Urich and former Apple CEO Gil Amelio. Originally broadcast in 1999.
Keywords: Codies; software awards; SIIA
|Codie Awards 1999|
Coverage of the annual Codie Awards presentations from the Software and Information Industry Association, recognizing the outstanding new software programs of the year. Hosted by Robert Urich and Stewart Cheifet. Nominees for best new software program of the year were ACID, National Geographic Maps, Fireworks, Cybermaster, and MetaFrame. Originally broadcast in 1999.
Keywords: codie awards; software; programs